DKNY comes out with the world’s first million dollar fragrance. After the success of their ‘Be Delicious’ fragrance packaged in the shape of the iconic NYC apple, DKNY recently launched a sister scent called 'Golden Delicious’. The scent is described as follows: 

“About The Fragrance which is housed inside the ritzy bottle: DKNYGolden Delicious embraces a radiant modern spirit with the contrast of glistening florals and delicious heat. The top is a refreshing medley of Orange Flower Water, sparkling Mirabelle and signature Golden Delicious Apple. The heart introduces an intoxicating bouquet of White Rose, Casablanca Lily, Vanilla Orchid and Muget, while the finish spices up the freshness with a sensual blend of Musk, Sandalwood and Teakwood. It’s a scent created to tantalize the senses—bask in its rich elegance as well as its imperial glory. DKNY Golden Delicious Eau de Parfum is available in 100ml, 50ml and 30ml sizes.”

If the launch of a new scent wasn’t enough, DKNY partnered with celebrity jeweler Martin Katz to create DKNY Golden Delicious Million Dollar Fragrance Bottle. The bottle appropriately showcases the New York City skyline to align with the fragrance’s heritage. It features 14-karat yellow and white gold and encrusted with 2,909 precious stones including sapphires, pink diamonds, and rubys that came from places all over the world unique to that country such as Sri Lanka, Brazil, and Australia. 

I CANNOT stop looking at this bottle. Every intricate detail of it is absolutely perfect! Donna Karen hit the bulls eye with this one and could not have picked a better partner to help design it. BTW, how gorgeous is that base? I die for it! It sits on two layers of water white glass and accentuates the detailing of the fragrance eloquently.

Click here to watch Martin Katz himself talk about the creation of this masterpiece or click here to track the perfume as it travels around the world before it gets auctioned off for charity to benefit Action Against Hunger. 

What do YOU think of DKNY’s million dollar creation?